Counselor Education and Supervision
This manuscript describes an empirically designed internship course that utilized the Ecological Social Justice School Counseling theory to teach internship students how to engage in antiracist practice to address social determinants of health in schools. The research reports on the eight school counseling internship students' experiences, through five themes and 12 subthemes, highlighting the ways they increased awareness of SDOH, antiracist practice, and related constructs at their schools and with students including their action toward addressing SDOH, advocacy, barriers, and growth. Implications for counselor educators and site supervisors conclude.
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Original Publication Citation
Johnson, K. F., Brookover, D. L., Gantt‐Howrey, A., Clemons, K. L., & Robins, L. B. (2023). Antiracism internship: Applying the ecological social justice school counseling theory. Counselor Education & Supervision, 62(2), 185-202. https://doi.org/10.1002/ceas.12253
Johnson, Kaprea F.; Brookover, Dana L.; Gantt-Howrey, Alexandra; Clemons, Krystal L.; and Robins, Lauren B., "Antiracism Internship: Applying the Ecological Social Justice School Counseling Theory" (2022). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 90.